Fabbian lights up La Loggia dei Cavalieri of Treviso
Offering its products and avant garde technology in lighting design, Fabbian is the technical sponsor of the Enchanted Loggia project, taking place in the historical Loggia dei Cavalieri of Treviso.
La Loggia dei Cavalieri, dating back to the XIII century, is part of the architectural heritage of Treviso, and is the heart of the elegant Christmas programme which will bring the city to life from 30 November to 6 January. Transformed into an enchanted forest, it becomes the container where multiform events take shape.
Fabbian is taking part in this project creating the lighting for the Loggia and for the magic forest, enhancing the dreamlike atmosphere that this place evokes.
Fabbian project includes the Saya collection of hanging lamps which create a fascinating illuminated route with thirty hanging lights like modern lanterns. Saya combines artisan skill - glass blown by maestro glassmakers - with contemporary design and technology summarizing in a product the history of the place and the contemporaneity of the time in which we live. The Simply collection,with its modern spotlights, which, inside the loggia, create skilful play of light by blending with the carpet of grass, illuminating from the ground, and animating the diverse plants. The setting brings to mind the medieval characteristics of the venue with the communicative criterion of modern design, enhancing the evocative botanical installations of the enchanted forest.
The project does not fail to care for the environment: Fabbian products all use LED light sources in favour of environmental sustainability and low energy consumption.
The commitment of Fabbian to support culture and territory is a fundamental true state of mind. It is the will and the ability to deal with unusual spaces and to realize emotional dimensions. This is the reason that pushes Fabbian to be part of a cultural project, to enhance an important place in the area, and create emotions using lighting and design.
Ph. Emily Bizzo - Clara Galanti